The BCCI plans to hold the IPL-2022 mega auction in Bangalore on February 7 and 8, a senior BCCI official said on Wednesday.
A senior BCCI official said on Wednesday that the BCCI plans to hold the IPL-2022 mega auction in Bangalore on February 7 and 8. Kovid-19 said the mega auction should be stopped unless it rises further. The two-day event will take place on February 7 and 8. He said he was planning to hold a mega auction in Bangalore as he had done in the past. A senior BCCI official said preparations were underway. It has been reported that the auction will be held in the UAE but at the moment it seems that the BCCI has no such idea.
Venture capital firm CVC-owned Ahmedabad Cash Rich League is making its debut in the IPL this year along with the Sanjeev Goenka-owned Lucknow franchise. However CVC is waiting for its Letter of Intent from BCCI. However it is expected to get. Both teams have until Christmas to pick three players. However the BCCI may extend the dates for both as the CVC has not yet received clearance.
Parth Jindal, co-owner of Delhi Capitals, said it was difficult to release players after much effort to build the team. “It is sad to lose Shreyas Iyer, Shikhar Dhawan, Kagiso Rabada and Ashwin.” Jindal said after announcing the players’ retention on November 30.
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